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October 14, 2014-January 11, 2015
Good Neighbors at the Berman Museum of Art
Featuring work by Kelsey Halliday Johnson and Becky Suss

Good Neighbors at the Berman Museum
Vox members Kelsey Halliday Johnson and Becky Suss are featured in the exhibition Good Neighbors at the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art. The exhibition, which opens on Oct. 14, finds its starting point in the many possible notions of home and community, such as memories of a particular place or object, gatherings of like-minded individuals, or the unexpected juxtapositions that come from living in close proximity. But while the art on view touches on themes of family, intimacy, nostalgia, and domesticity, at its core the project is about the common ground between audiences and the artists who are their neighbors.

Good Neighbors features a broad spectrum of work by eleven Philadelphia artists, including large-scale installations by Kay Healy and Raphael Fenton-Spaid; sculptures by Christina P. Day, Drew Leshko, and Lewis Colburn; photographs by Kelsey Halliday Johnson and Sarah Kaufman; video by Cari Freno; and paintings by Emily Smith Satis, Becky Suss, and Seneca Weintraut. Curated by Berman Museum Curator Ginny Kollack. The exhibition will be on view through January 11, 2015.

The Opening Reception will take place this Thursday, October 23 from 4:00 to 7:00 PM followed by a special screening of Andy Warhol’s “Sleep” in conjunction with the other exhibition of the same name at the museum.
The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art
Ursinus College
601 E. Main St., Collegeville, PA 19426

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